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And Still We Rise portrays impact of prison

And Still We Rise Productions, a theater company for actors affected by the prison system, performed and told their stories at Brandeis on Feb. 2, as part of the 2018 ’DEIS Impact … Read More...

BBSO teach in features Dr. Muigai and Dr. Hunter

As part of their month-long programming for Black History Month, the Brandeis Black Student Organization (BBSO) hosted a teach in event on Monday evening featuring two new Brand… Read More...

Liebowitz reports on the January Board of Trustees Meeting

The Board of Trustees voted unanimously to pass the new general education requirements, the final stamp of approval before the requirements go into effect for the class entering … Read More...

Appreciate the workers who keep the campus running

After the heavy snow on Wednesday, we would like to thank the facilities workers who worked relentlessly to make the campus safer for us. Despite complaints from students of slow r… Read More...

NuDay Syria founder delivers ’DEIS Impact keynote

NuDay Syria founder and activist Nadia Alawa delivered the keynote speech for ’DEIS Impact, discussing her own humanitarian action and how she came to found a non-profit to hel… Read More...

Amy Singer appointed Hassenfeld Chair in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies

Leading scholar of Ottoman history, Amy Singer, will fill the Sylvia K. Hassenfeld Chair position in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at Brandeis University in the summer of 20… Read More...

JA assists students in gaining financial literacy

The ’DEIS Impact event “Owning Your Economic Success,” started with a few technical difficulties. They did not throw off the presenters, however, who eloquently address… Read More...

Student activists can save Susya

This past summer, I had the opportunity to visit the Palestinian village of Susya with a group of American students on a trip led by J Street U. Upon arrival to the village, we gathere… Read More...

Panel debates efficacy of Teach For America

In “Is ‘Teach For America’ for America?” the Brandeis Academic Debate and Speech Society sponsored a panel of Marya Levenson, Director of the Brandeis Education Depart… Read More...

Tests are an ineffective measure of intelligence

Since transitioning to college, I have had time to reflect on my high school experience from a new perspective. My course plan was practically plotted out for me from the beginning … Read More...

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